By Gina*S on January 25, 2005
"This is so rich and delicious! A tasty unique way to get more fish in your diet."
Serving Size: 1 (89 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Yum! This tasted like breakfast from some unique restaurant, but it was so easy! I only used some garlic powder and salt for flavoring. Thanks!"
"Options used: dill weed and pepper, sliced calamata olives. 1/4 can tuna per omelet. No extra cheese. All we had in the house was half a can of tuna, cream cheese and eggs... I wouldn't have believed it, but this was really good. Husband also liked it; he didn't have any olives."
"Snowy morning in New England, and we were STARVING. I've had my eye on this recipe for ages, and we had all the necessary ingredients in the house. YUMMY! Really nice looking omelet and even better tasting. Loved the use of cream cheese- makes it rich and creamy. I doubled the eggs, because of prior reviews saying there was too much filling. This turned out to be a big hearty omelet, split in half for two. I used FF 1/2 and 1/2, and 1/3 less fat cream cheese. Seasoned with garlic powder, oregano, cayenne and salt and pepper. Fantastic."
"This was quite tasty and satisfying. I omitted the olives, garlic and onion powder, used fresh basil, low fat milk and lite cream cheese. I cut back the onion to 1/4, which was plenty for my taste. Next time I'll either cut back on the tuna or add extra eggs (and make it for two) as there was too much filling. This didn't affect the flavour, but I couldn't fold the omelet and it was difficult to get out of the pan. Will make again!"
"My bf and I were craving a protein-rich diet and this was perfect. (I didn't use olives or a second cheese, but included everything else) I would have never come up with this recipe on my own and am glad to have found it. What a great use of tuna and mix of flavors."
"Tasty, am planning on trying some precooked sliced shrimp instead of tuna. Thanks."